We Want to Talk to People Working, Living and Grieving on the Front Lines of the Coronavirus. Help Us Report.
Are you a public health worker, medical provider, elected official, patient or other COVID-19 expert? We’re looking for information and sources. Help make sure our journalism is responsible and focused on the right issues.
Got a story we should hear? Are you down to be a background source on a story about your workplace, your community, your schools or your justice system? Get in touch.
The Anchorage Daily News and ProPublica have teamed up to listen. Do you work with victims, in government or law enforcement? We need to hear from you, too.
Has the NYPD Stopped a Teen You Know? Are You a Young Person With a Story to Share? We’d Like to Hear From You.
If you are a young person or know a young person who has encountered the police, we’d like to hear your story.
You can help us find out if the equipment issued to federal employees is certified for protective use.
The Arizona Daily Star and ProPublica are investigating services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Here's how people with disabilities, their families, friends, caregivers, teachers and medical providers can help.
How has your company treated its workers during the crisis? As bailout money in the form of huge loan programs reaches to your company, what are you watching for or worried about?
Will banks, landlords and other debt collectors work with people who’ve lost income because of the coronavirus crisis? Help us find out.
We’re Making Public Records Requests to Help Us Cover the Coronavirus. Tell Us What We Should Be Asking For.
Are you an expert, government employee or someone who regularly interacts with government agencies? We’re looking for those in the know to tell us what kinds of public records we should be asking for. Help us find the records that will shed light on the crisis and hold those in power to account.
Work in Government, Finance or an Industry Affected by the Trump Administration’s Bailouts? Talk to Us.
Coronavirus has triggered a global economic crisis. We are trying to cover it — and we need your help.
Are You in Coronavirus Quarantine? Tell Us What Authorities Told You So We Can Make Sure It’s Right.
We’re collecting instructions state and local health departments have given about coronavirus quarantines. Help us hear from every state and city.
Si tus ingresos dependen de lo que haces día a día o tu oficio tiene que ver directamente con la crisis generada por esta nueva pandemia, queremos que nos cuentes para hacer escuchar tu voz.
Do you work in the health care industry? Can you tell us which industry players siphon away dollars without adding obvious value? Help us hold the industry accountable and find ways to lower costs.
We want to hear from police officers, public employees and community members who can help us learn more about police misconduct in New Jersey and why it’s allowed to continue.
Tell us why postal workers are getting hurt on the job. We also want to hear about how USPS treats injured employees.
Did you file with H&R Block, Jackson Hewitt, Liberty Tax or another preparer? Help us report on what Americans really paid for tax help.
ProPublica is investigating the potentially dangerous impacts of costly Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes care. Help us report by filling out our form.
We’re trying to better understand what drives women in America to have babies at home rather than in a hospital or birth center. Help us out by filling in this survey.
Do you or did you work with any of the booster seat makers? How were they tested and marketed? We want to hear from you.
Have you worked with a contractor such as Arise, Sykes, LiveOps or Concentrix? We want to learn more about how customer service works at big companies like Apple, Intuit, Disney and Airbnb.
Logging shapes the state’s economy and environment. ProPublica, Oregon Public Broadcasting and The Oregonian are teaming up to report on the issues.
We’re not done digging. Now we need your story.
We’re expanding our coverage of government agencies and federal policy. With your help, we can dig deeper.